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This “stay the course” and “war on terrar”, his spelling not mine, has been their mantra from the beginning…Rather by neglect or design we are now at nearly 2,800 or more lost service personell..
A large and copious terrar on vellum, with rubric titles, very neat, folio grandi.
In omnem terrar vit fonus e6rum, * i nes orbis tcrrae verl FERIA TERTIA AD OFFICIUM NOCTURNUM.
Breviarium ecclesiæ Rotomagensis Rouen diocese 1777
The wife was sick in the same bed, and cither from terrar or exhaustion, uttered not a word during the whole scène.
I’m hoping we don’t have a “terrar” alert on Monday.
I’m hoping that, after today’s events across the country, some of that Latin flair will have infected us all, and we won’t have to suffer through another “terrar” threat level elevation, or hyped threats just as this story heats up.